Editor’s Choice: From Above

Shots from overhead are far less common in photography than shots from in front. And yet by using this approach with care, you can get very interesting photos—such as today’s picks from Zonerama.

The figure in white is an excellent supplement to this forlorn city square. The rooftops on the right are level with the square, so they make it feel like just one more rooftop—especially considering the color of the cobblestones.

The figure in white is an excellent supplement to this forlorn city square. The rooftops on the right are level with the square, so they make it feel like just one more rooftop—especially considering the color of the cobblestones.

Ordinary things—like these airport vehicles—are some of the toughest subjects out there. Here they’re photographed from above, completely transforming their atmosphere. Even boring things can become interesting photos.

Ordinary things—like these airport vehicles—are some of the toughest subjects out there. Here they’re photographed from above, completely transforming their atmosphere. Even boring things can become interesting photos.

Another photo dominated by a person. More precisely by a person’s silhouette. While small, it forms an excellent contrast. The view from above really fits this photo.

Another photo dominated by a person. More precisely by a person’s silhouette. While small, it forms an excellent contrast. The view from above really fits this photo.

Last updated 10. April 2015

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Author: Majo Elias

I’ve been taking pictures since 2004. When I was starting out, I photographed almost everything. Later my style solidified and I began photographing people almost exclusively. At the moment my main genres are fashion and advertising.

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